English Language Arts Grade 1
Reading: Foundational Skills Standard 3
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Recognize and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words.
1st Grade Language Arts Skill Builders
A large number of activities for building language arts skills in grammar, phonics, and reading.
This is a Houghton Mifflin site. The words correspond with the units, however, you wouldn't have to follow the Houghton Mifflin program exactly because it is simple enough for students to do. Teacher may want to read the clues.
Fuzzy Lion Ears
Listen to the word and choose the letter that is missing.
Houghton Mifflin Spelling Match
This site offers several choices in varying difficulty. Activites include matching beginning sound, missing letters, missing vowels, plurals, and blends.
Kelly's kindergarten Games
This site has many games to make to teach and practice letter names, sounds, sight words, spelling rimes, and much more.
Little Animals' Activity Center
Students identify words ending or beginning with the same letter or words that rhyme.
PBS Literacy Games
A large variety of games can be accessed from this link that address foundational reading skills for kindergarten and 1st grade.
Student is given a sentence with a missing word and must choose the right letters to build that word. Everything is read to the student, including the instructions, so student can play this game by himself.
Word Family Make a Word
Click on the word family you would like to work with and add beginning letters to form words that match the picture.
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and see the Language Arts - Elementary website. For
general questions about Utah's Core Standards contact the Director
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